Friday, July 10th 2009

HANNSG HH251HP 25-inch LCD Display Announced

Top 5 monitor manufacturer, HANNSG, has today unveiled a new line of cutting edge monitors. The new HH series of widescreen TFT LCD monitors, which will include a comprehensive selection of display sizes from 18.5" up to 28", perfectly demonstrates HANNSGs development and manufacturing capabilities, combining style, performance and functionality. The first monitor to launch from the new HH range of HANNSG monitors is the new HH251HP. The HH251HP features a number of HANNSG's exclusive cutting edge technologies, developed to ensure sharper pictures without residual images, for the ultimate HD viewing experience, as well as, a unique 25" display.

The HH251HP's one-of-a-kind 25" display accommodates a full HD 1920x1080 WUXGA resolution and multiple aspect ratio support which ensures image distortion does not occur (a simple press of a hotkey can transform an image which appears stretched in the standard 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio 'Full Mode' into the perfect 4:3 'Fit Mode'). The HH251HP also features HANNSG's exclusive X-Contrast technology with 15000:1 ultra-high dynamic contrast, which significantly improves three dimensional effects by providing darker black colour and lighter white colour control, and includes HANNSG's exclusive X-Celerate technology, which provides a blazingly fast response time to dramatically improve fluidity of dynamic images, ultimately eliminating motion blur. All of the HH251HP’s intuitive display options are easily accessible via an extremely user friendly, redesigned on-board interface.

Adding a touch of class to any space, the new HANNSG monitor boasts striking, state of the art looks with a high gloss, black mirror finish and curved, slim frame. It includes 2 x HDMI 1.3 inputs with HDCP support to support today’s and tomorrow's high tech external devices and includes VESA wall mounting capability for optimum space utilisation.

The new HH251HP is available now from www.misco.co.uk and is supplied as standard with a 3 year on-site swap out manufacturers’ warranty. RRP Euro 183.99 inc. VAT.

Main Features:
Display Size: 24.6" Widescreen
Brightness: 300cd/m2
Contrast (typ.): 800:1
X-Contrast (dyn.): 15000:1
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 WUXGA
Response Time: 5ms (typ)/2ms (GtG)
Display Colours: 16.7M
Display Surface: Anti Glare
Viewing Angles: H/V 170º/160º
Inputs: VGA, Audio, 2 x HDMI (HDCP)
Speakers: 2x 1.5W
Dimensions (mm): 582 (w) x 179 (d) x 422 (h)
Tilt: 0º~20º
VESA Mounting: VESA Standard 200 x 100 mmSource: HANNSG
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29 Comments on HANNSG HH251HP 25-inch LCD Display Announced

#1
TheGuruStud
Meecrob said:
hold control and scroll your mouse wheel, that should let you actively resize icons on a per folder/desktop basis, you can apply the size to all folders if you like, if you do not know how, just ask im sure somebody can post you some screenshots of the process :P
It's not even worth adjusting, but everyone that sees vista/7 is like wtf with the huge taskbar and icons and stuff haha
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Mussels
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TheGuruStud said:
It's not even worth adjusting, but everyone that sees vista/7 is like wtf with the huge taskbar and icons and stuff haha
i was like that too at first... but my god, on a 1080P screen the XP icons are tiiiiiiiiny.

my mum couldnt use XP anymore, had to take her to vista cause she couldtn read anythin anymore. set it to 150% boost and she's all happy and googling for "rude funny pictures" and emailing them to me :(
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#3
Meecrob
TheGuruStud said:
It's not even worth adjusting, but everyone that sees vista/7 is like wtf with the huge taskbar and icons and stuff haha
its for "big button types" (aka mac users and noob-cake morons), alot of apps have moved the way of "big buttons" and having as few buttons as possible, sometimes thats fine, others its just annoying as shit, at least to a user like myself who REALLY FUCKING HATES BIG BUTTONS, they dont need to be super small but I dont want/need each button/icon to take up an area the size of my fist :P

Mussels said:
i was like that too at first... but my god, on a 1080P screen the XP icons are tiiiiiiiiny.

my mum couldnt use XP anymore, had to take her to vista cause she couldtn read anythin anymore. set it to 150% boost and she's all happy and googling for "rude funny pictures" and emailing them to me :(
you do know you can do that with XP as well dont you?

Its not hard to crank up the font size and icon size on xp, Its just not cranked by default because when XP came out 15" monitors where very common still, specially in the business world, and it would have been silly to use vista size icons/fonts on a 15" screen.
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PP Mguire
I stand corrected. I found an LCD on sale that was 20" and 1080p. Still not what i want though.
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